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>> dicky: from >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- garth brooks, tom hiddleston, and from "manchester by the sea" lucas hedges. and now, moving f [ cheers and a [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: than >> jimmy: thank you. hi, everybody. welcome, welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming.
we have a jam-packed show tonight. but i want to start with something that could affect your holiday shopping plans. thanksgiving as you know is a week from tomorrow and a number of major retail stores are breaking with recent tradition and instead of being open on thanksgiving, will be closed on thanksgiving this year. [ cheers and applause ] and i applaud that. i have to say, i don't like when it stores make their employees work on thanksgiving. it's depressing. although of all the thanksgivings to decide to shut down for, why would you pick contentious election in 100 years? this is the year we need you to stay open so we have an excuse to leave dinner and get away from our relatives. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] office depot is one of the stores that announced they'll close on thanksgiving day. which see, now that makes sense. could you imagine leaving thanksgiving early to go to office depot?
released the annual worst toy list, the toys that are supposedly most dangerous for children. these are the toys. this is slimeball slinger. which looks completely safe to me. looks like what david used to kill goliath. [ laughter ] now you can use it on your sister. this is the nerf rival 15 700 -- there should be a background check for this toy. these are called bump and bounce body bumpers. see, these seem almost too safe to me. these are like -- this one seems like it could drop your kid out the window in it, right? this is baby magic feed and play baby. i guess -- i don't know, i think it's dangerous because it will give your children nightmares. that is a terrifying baby. last on the list, definitely not least, is the war craft doom hammer. although let's be honest, this is not for kids. this is a hammer for adult vir
to bring to th to bring to the park and beat each other with. i feel everything is dangerous now. instead of toys just give your kid a nice pair of oven mitts and duct tape them to their arm. hillary clinton tonight made the first public appearance since someone found her roaming in the woods last week. she was in washington, d.c. to be honored by the children's defense fund beat the odds celebration. no, the iro her. sometimes you beat the odds, sometimes the odds beat you. the children's defense fund is an organization that helps kids who have overcome adversity, like bullying, health problems, and other things like that, that just happened to hillary, beat those things. and you know, if i was hillary clinton, i would have shown up to that event drunk and in sweat pants. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i would have been knocking things over. i'd punch someone. you know who else is back out
yeah he's been in hiding since donald trump reared his perfect head. but in dallas yesterday, the former president showed up at something called the north american competitiveness initiative to give his take on all the anger that's swirling around. >> look, i understand anger. and some people might have been angry when i was president. but anger shouldn't drive policy. what needs to drive policy is what's best are angry. and how does that benefit people in our country and the countries in the neighborhood? >> jimmy: what? well, he's still got it. [ laughter ] countries in the neighborhood. [ cheers and applause ] with all the focus on donald trump, sometimes you forget about george bush and how good he was at getting a crowd fired up. >> laura sends her best.
she is a grandmother. which makes me a grandfather. >> jimmy: yeah. it all adds up. he was or president for like eight years. president-elect trump is in the process of building his cabinet right now and it's going to be a solid gold cabinet full of all the finest snacks. this is kind of nutty. one of the names on trump's short list for attorney general is ted cruz. senator ted cruz. who of course was trump's bitter this is going to be like if tupac hired biggie to be his head of security. it might happen. the man he called lyin' ted over and over again could become our nation's top law enforcement official. we're living in some kind of bizarre-o world. don't be surprised if he names hillary clinton secretary of state. it could happen. meanwhile, there are reports of tension within team trump as relates to chris christie. if you don't know chris disty, governor of new mexico, was
transition team. he got pushed out reportedly because trump's son-in-law, jared kushner, married to ivanka, doesn't like him because when chris christie was attorney general of new jersey he prosecuted and imprisoned kushner's dad for tax evasion and other stuff. as payback, kushner had him removed from the inner circle. this might not make a good administration, but it is making for a great season of "house of cards" so far. [ laughter ] [ applause ] let's put it this way.lyn jenn caitlyn jenner had a smooter transition. trump has denied anything is wrong. he tweeted, a very organized process taking place as i decide on cabinet and many other positions. i am the only one who knows who the finalists are. he really does think this is a reality show. [ laughter ] the finalists? text your votes to paul ryan seacrest now.
tonight. garth brooks is here -- [ cheers and applause ] and we wrote a song together, an original song. i don't know, i'm told it's already being considered for the grammys. that's right. we have that coming up next. but first we have the brand-new trailer for the movie "conskull island" which comes out march 10th starring tom hiddelston, brie larson, samuel l. jackson, john goodman, john c. riley, oh my go conhimself! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, wow. wow. holy moly. welcome, king. welcome, welcome. we bow. well, look, it's tom hiddleston! [ cheers and applause ] thank you for thank you for coming and thanks for dressing up.
trailer for "kong." >> jimmy: do you play kong? >> no. i play a character called captain james conrad. >> jimmy: is he a gorilla? >> no, no. he's an explorer. >> jimmy: then why are you dressed as a gorilla? >> right. well, they told me to. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who told you? >> they said everyone does this. >> jimmy: who? what do you mean everyone? who said this? >> everyone. >> jimmy: everyone does this? >> somebody on your staff said people do -- like when leonardo dicaprio cam revenant," like he dressed as the bear. did he dress -- >> jimmy: oh. no. leonardo dicaprio -- he's never been on our show. [ laughter ] who said this to you? who told you that you had to do this? >> um -- your executive producer? >> jimmy: really? our executive producer told you? why did she say that? >> that guy. him. >> jimmy: that executive producer?
>> jimmy: i'm sorry, tom. [ cheers and applause ] i'm sure they'll work it out. in the meantime, can we string this up? i don't know how it works. but there you go, let's put that on. we have the trailer. please enjoy this exclusive look at "kong: skull island" in theaters march 10th! ? ? >> these are photos of an island in the south pacific. >> the place where myth and >> we use explosives to shake the earth, helping us map the surface of the island. >> you're dropping bombs. >> scientific instruments. ? i see trouble on the way ?
>> magnificent >> magnificent. >> you knew that thing was out here? >> i'm sorry for your men, colonel. but if you want to make this sacrifice worthwhile, get us home. with proof. monsters exist. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! >> your friend there can put that down. >> what the hell is this place? >> that's kong. he's king around here. >> kong's a pretty good king. keeps to himself mostly. you don't go into someone's house and start dropping bombs unless you're picking a fight. >> kong's god on the island. but the devils live below us. >> what are they called? >> i call them skull crawlers. >> why?
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>> jimmy: hi >> jimmy: hi, there, welcome back to what is night two of two nights with garth brooks. garth brooks has sold more albums than any solo artist in the history of the world. more than michael jackson, more than elton john, more than elvis. who better to turn to do help me launch my music career? nobody. yet with pen in hand and song in my heart approached garth are i asked him to help me country hit, and he was kind enough to say yes. ? >> jimmy: how you doing? >> what's up, man? doing all right? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, how are you? >> better than i deserve, thanks. >> thanks for meeting with me. >> happy to. >> jimmy: this is so important to me. because i feel like i have a lot to say. and to share. and most of all i think i'd like to sell 11 million copies of a record. >> now we're talk. >> jimmy: maybe buy a ranch or something like that. >> exactly. >> jimmy: or a plane.
and i need your help though. because i don't know how to sing, really. or write songs. or play guitar. or anything. >> you don't need to know any of that stuff. >> jimmy: that's good news. where do i start? that's the question, i guess. >> it's always great if you find something that moves you, something that you will die for, something that changed your life, anything like that come to mind? >> jimmy: i'm just thinking of pizza right now. >> you have any trucks? >> jimmy: yeah, i do own a truck. it's like a -- it's really an suv. >> oh. yeah. no. >> jimmy: it's harder than i thought this would be. >> dig down deep for something in your past that only you would know and it's possible that all of us can relate to it. >> jimmy: you know what, something happened to me once. i think this is something that people could relate to. my friend daniel, it was his birthday, i wanted to get him a great present for his birth guy. he mentioned to me, his wife actually mentioned to me, that he for some reason wanted to learn to pop and lock. you know?
>> jimmy: so i got him lessons from the guy from the movie "breaking" and "breaking 2," electric boogaloo shrimp. tracked him down, i paid him $1,000, i got four dance lessons, i gave them to daniel, daniel called the guy, we never heard from him again. >> there's your subject right there. >> jimmy: really? you think? >> a lot of guys sitting there just staring in their beer, listening to that lyric. and lock, you know? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> big john. you got ring co. i mean, all the great country -- >> jimmy: story songs. >> i think it's going to fit right in there. >> jimmy: i also would love to send a message to boogaloo to let him know he did me wrong. >> hell yeah. >> jimmy: what do i just start singing? >> yeah, my thing is, you know, if you're going to write a hit song, i wouldn't worry about singing. i wouldn't worry about melody.
100% guarantees you one of these babies right here. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: is this the one? >> this is the one you need right there. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> that's got so many hits left in it. >> jimmy: madonna's headset! >> you're looking at the wrong end. >> jimmy: oh. >> there you go. >> jimmy: all right. let's make this happen. ? there you go ? ? >> jimmy: i like it. ? well ? well daniel and me we go back a long way ? ? i wanted something special for his 43rd birthday ? ? daniel didn't want a sweater or a putter or a tie ? ? he doesn't wear cologne he just ain't that kind of guy ? >> i love this guy. ? daniel my pal daniel ? >> first of all, what voice am i hearing?
>> oh. >> jimmy: this is the voice i use for country-type situations. >> i like it. ? ? daniel my pal dan ? ? he's a very white andand past? irishman ? ? he dances like your dad wants to pop and lock real bad ? ? so i tried to make that happen for my friend ? >> that's great. ? you see you know how wedding there's that one drunk middle aged guy who requests a hump dance so he can show off the two break dancing moves he learned in junior high school? my friend daniel's dream was to be that man. ? he wanted to be the best. he wanted to pop and lock so well that the other white people would make a circle around him and say, go, daniel. go, daniel. ? afterwards he'd say stuff like, dude, that was straight-up
vermont. and i was his friend. so i knew what i had to do. ? >> i love this. ? i knew the man i had to find to make his dream come true ? ? a guy named boogaloo shrimp from "breaking" and "breaking 2." ? i said boogaloo here's a check for you $1,000 in advance ? ? when dan sees you he'll showerly [ bleep ] his ? ? daniel my pal dan ? ? he's a very white and pasty irishman ? ? i made his dream come true ? ? did you hire boogaloo ? ? four lessons no more messing with my friend ? ? so daniel called up and got no answer so he called again and again and no one ever picked up
maybe i've been played, maybe i dreamed the whole thing, hell, i don't know. but the check had cleared, i was out a thousand bucks, and my friend daniel never did learn how to pop and lock, which is probably for the best, he's 53 years old, and let's be honest, it's ridiculous. >> yeah. ? if there's one lesson to take from this whole thing i think it's this -- never trust a man named boogaloo shrimp. ? i agree with ? daniel my pal dan ? ? he's a veryand pasty irishman ? irishman ? ? the lesson that we learned sometimes you get burned ? ? and i'll never pay up front that way again ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we could have a hit on our hands. >> that's country and a biscuit
thank you, garth brooks. >> no, thank you. it was my honor to sit here and watch you write that. >> jimmy: thanks. is that your way of distancing yourself from this? >> no, no, that was great. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right, boogaloo, you did me wrong! thank you, garth brooks. tonight on the show lucas hedges is here and we'll be right back with garth, so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ? during the ford year end event,
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>> jimmy: ton >> jimmy: tonight from the movie "manchester by the sea," lucas hedges is here. we've got a big block party outside tonight. garth brooks from the amazon music stage. tomorrow night billy music from geezy featuring french montana. our first guest tonight is the best-selling solo artist of all of them, and he's about to extend that lead with two new albums. first "christmas together" with wife tricia yearwood and "gun sling ir"which comes out a week from friday. please say hello to garth brooks! [ cheers and applause ]
>> i love this >> i love this. [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah! >> jimmy: how you doing? >> what do you mean? this is how i'm doing. >> jimmy: you really enjoy your life, right? >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: i get that sense. >> they let you be fat and happy, it's great? you did something so nice for my sister last night. i mean, it really -- >> i love your sister. >> jimmy: it was one of these like off-camera things. and she asked you what song you were going to do and then you asked her what her favorite song was. then you sang the song. >> she wanted to hear "she's every woman." >> jimmy: some of the lyrics are specifically about her, i don't know if you realized that when
>> jimmy: particularly the "raging like a river" part. but i mean, i was also so touched. such a nice thing for you to do, i know how busy you are, to do a whole song for one person is unbelievable. thank you for doing that. [ cheers and applause ] i think they sense that about you. then, you know, our song i think is going to be a number one hit, i really think this thing's going to shoot right up the charts. yes? no? >> yes. yes! >> jimmy: yes. >> of course yes. i'm amazed. that's your first one? >> jimmy: you know the best part of that day of shooting was with you, you turned to me halfway through, "wait a minute, is this a true story?" yes. >> from there i was hooked. you can't make this [ muted ] up. >> jimmy: that one will be far too ridiculous to make up. that's absolutely true and i hope we hear from boogaloo and his attorneys too.
that's what it's all about. there's a lot of pasty white guys that can't dance -- >> jimmy: and who hasn't been ripped off by a cast member from "breaking 2," you know? you got a lot of stuff out. an album coming out next friday. you have this album coming. you are as i mentioned the number one selling solo artist of all-time. you were and applause ] you were behind the beatles, now you're ahead of the beatles, is that corr >> we just -- we've been lucky. it's been a great ride. >> jimmy: right. [ cheers and applause ] >> nobody's ever going to be better than the beatles, i love those guys. >> the beatles, do you call paul and apologize, or ringo at least? >> yeah, yeah, sure. got everyone on speed dial. >> jimmy: i'm sorry because i don't think they're coming back. >> yes. >> jimmy: i think you've got a big strong lead and all you can do is extend it at this point. >> right now we just feel lucky to be touring again. can't believe they let us back
way they do, we're very thankful. >> jimmy: you have an album of duets with your wife tricia yearwood. >> yes, the queen. >> jimmy: christmas music. there's one song that is a trio, not a duet, with james taylor. who i know is a guy that you love. i happen to love james taylor as well. >> isn't he the greatest? >> jimmy: he is the greatest. we've talked about this a little bit just chatting. you got to sit with him and record a song with him. what was that like for you? >> it was awesome. because in the studio, you're voices you're hearing. one that's coming out of your mouth and the one that's in your head. >> jimmy: right. >> and the one in your head's going -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> the one in your head's like, hey, how's it going? that kind of thing. >> jimmy: hello, i'm a colleague. >> he's awesome, man. >> jimmy: did you feel like you could say to him, maybe try it like that? >> hell no. [ laughter ] >> no, just record anything and everything. and poor guy, we made him do it
taylor! >> jimmy: do you think he was aware of that? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you named your daughter after james. >> he knows how much i love him, he knows how much everyone loves him. he's painfully shy, humble and sweet that makes you love him more. >> jimmy: i think so too. >> and talented, oh my god. the way he phrases things, the way he play. >> can you do an imitation of james taylor? hold on let me get a guitar. [ cheers and applause ]a we have a gui maybe i shouldn't have said imitation. everybody who loves james taylor sings like him when they sing the songs. >> james is self-taught. nobody plays like him, nobody sings like him. but they got this -- there's a line in the song "what i'm thankful for" the christmas song that he saying. the line is -- let's see. and may our children's children know the one from whom all
know the one from whom all blessings flow ? he says lessins." it's so it's so cool. "copper line" is one of those songs, cool little sayings on them. he made it his. miss yearwood came out of her seat, i don't care how many more times he says it, that's the line that's going to be in >> jimmy: when she puts her foot down the decision has been made. >> it was beautiful. i love him to death. >> jimmy: have you ever thought of getting together with james taylor after this christmas album is out and record "you've got a friend in low places." some sort of a combination song? [ laughter ] >> i love that, actually. >> jimmy: i'm full of good ideas. hang around, you'll get a lot of them. [ laughter ] >> now we have two for the next album, yours and that one.
>> jimmy: we're putting ours out as a single in the morning. >> really? >> jimmy: the beatles could come back, we've got to get -- keep running. it's great to have you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: garth brooks is with us! be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ? we need a big tree. something for everyone to gather arod. and you know what else i'm thinking? lights! some help. got it! and the ornaments might take a little bit more time. 're gonna get it just right. what do you think bullseye? [ bark ] ok, let's do this! hey! hows this look? hmm? whoa! what do ya think? it's like you... it's like you read my mind!
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>> jimmy: we'r >> jimmy: we're back with garth brooks. lucas hedges is on the way. for a while you didn't stream your music at all. >> right. >> jimmy: now you're on amazon unlimited music. this is -- you're embracing the future, is that what's going on? >> cool, man, great company. adam's here tonight representing
sincerely man, this company's a great company. they've got it all -- >> jimmy: sometimes they are a great company, sometimes they deliver things to my house before i've even ordered them. [ laughter ] >> probably because your wife's already ordered them, like me. >> jimmy: maybe that is what's happening. i was thinking i needed that, and there it is. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i hope that even though you're on amazon that you don't stop making cd covers. because you have some of the best covers of anybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "roping the wind." "the chase." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is one we made up. this is another one we made up. i don't know if we made this up. [ cheers and applause ]
album. you like covering other artists' songs? >> i do. >> jimmy: i know one of the cds is all covers. >> stuff that influenced you, that you grew up on, that's what it's about. >> jimmy: when you sing someone else's song is it more fun for you? almost like the difference between hanging with your family and hanging with your friends? >> yeah, i'm the last of six kids so we all kind of played these songs together. the main thing when is that artist hears it you want them to go, that cat did his homework. that's what it' have you heard from any of these guys? >> james actually heard -- we did "don't let me be lonely tonight" which might be the greatest james taylor, sexiest song ever. scared to death to play it for him. then you're going what in the hell did you just do? he was so, so sweet about it. he was great. >> jimmy: thank god he was. >> yeah, he's sweet. >> jimmy: it's good to pick an idol who's nice, otherwise it could be a disaster. keith richards would punch you in the face or something like
how do you write songs typically? on paper? do you just do it and play? >> sometimes -- i tell you, nowadays, pretty much the phone. >> jimmy: really? >> you're moving so much, you use the memos on your phone and do that. >> jimmy: do you worry about losing the stuff? >> yeah. "gun slinger" about a year late because i fried my phone going to brazil and it had all of stuff on it. >> jimmy: how did you fry the phone? >> dropped it in the sink while it was charging. >> jimmy: you're lucky you weren' do you write songs in the bathroom on the toilet? [ laughter ] >> "thunder rolls." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: perfect. the box the box said has got so many songs on it. what's the last box set you ever bought? >> oh, strait's "out of the box." love that guy. talk about when your heroes are
another one. >> jimmy: when you perform, are there artists from whom you feel influenced, you take things from, you do things that you saw other guys do? >> always, man. george strait, i've always wanted to be george. i still want to be george strait. the first guy i saw that was just an entertainer, out of his mind, freddy mercury. >> jimmy: wow. >> that's a great one to look and see. [ cheers and applause ] on tour, late '70, my high school girlfriend, tammy sherman, bought tickets. because i never could we watched a man, very first song, brian may comes out, the light rig starts battling him, hair blowing and everything. if anybody's seen the tour, the first song of this song, the light rig comes down and battles the guitar player. >> jimmy: your nod. >> my nod to probably the greatest entertainer on the planet, freddy mercury. >> jimmy: wow. how about that. you are full of surprises. garth brooks "christmas
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>> jimmy: sti >> jimmy: still to come, music from garth brooks. our next guest is a very talented 19-year-old person whom you can see alongside casey affleck in the movie it opens in theaters friday, please welcome lucas hedges.eera [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: what >> jimmy: what's happening? >> wow. >> jimmy: i see you brought balls. those are juggling balls, aren't they? >> you know, it's not every day you get asked to be on a talk show. >> jimmy: this is your first
>> my first talk show. >> jimmy: well, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks. now it's sort of racking my mind for what like my youtube like rundown, "lucas hedges does." >> jimmy: your viral video. >> yeah, my viral video. and i thought, what stories do i have to tell? when i was in like sixth grade i uploaded a video to youtube called "juggle me crazy." which i think everyone here should look up. [ laughter ] it's actually a masterpiece. and it only has 312 views. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no. >> in like six years. it's kind of heartbreaking. i thought maybe if i could juggle i could get the views up. >> jimmy: then you could thereby boost your youtube video as well, yeah. go ahead, juggle. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right! all right. >> jimmy: you need help? you need a spotter or anything? >> no, i don't. all right, here we go. this is terrifying.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: >> jimmy: wow. that was actually very good. [ cheers and applause ] well done. did you ever think of becoming like a clown or a juggler or anything like that? >> no. i never -- i never -- i used to watch juggling videos for hours on videos, i watched juggling. but i was actually at one point in my life considering becoming a professional squash player. >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah, i was -- i got to third in the country in my age group. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, i did. >> jimmy: where did you grow up? [ cheers and applause ] >> i grew up in -- thank you. i grew up in brooklyn heights. >> jimmy: okay. >> brooklyn heights, it's like -- brooklyn heights, egypt, and england. in my mind the trifecta of squash. >> jimmy: the three only places
squash, yeah. [ laughter ] >> no, i was really good. i got really good. >> jimmy: wow. >> and i was -- i won one of like the grand slams. >> jimmy: really? >> and then i was going into boys nationals and i had a meltdown. i literally lost to this kid with a mohawk. >> jimmy: oh. wow. >> and it was one of the -- i mean, it was terrifying, yeah. >> jimmy: was he intimidating? >> yeah, i was -- i had been afraid of him for years, actually. >> jimmy: what? >> my dad was like, look out for this kid. and i was like, no, no, i can at you. >> i know, right? >> jimmy: this reminds me of when rocky fought clubber lang in a way. >> no, it's got a kit of a "karate kid" moment. >> jimmy: the mohawk what is i'm thinking of. yeah, mr. t and the karate kid. that drove you out of squash? >> i was done. >> jimmy: did that kid go on to become a professional squash player? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: that's what you should be searching on, instead of juggling videos. >> yes.
anyone play squash, never mind -- >> yeah the other danger of becoming a professional squash player is sadly you make about the amount you'd make as a plumber. i also saw like the number one egyptian squash player in the world was walking down the street the other day. and i was like, dude! it's so nice to meet you! and he was like, why do you know who i am? nobody knows who i am. i play squash. >> j >> jimmy: where did you see him? >> brooklyn heights. >> jimmy: okay, wow. >> i was like, what are you doing? walking outside this rite aid? >> jimmy: it's good that you were driven out of squash because you really did a great job in this movie. casey affleck was here yesterday and i was talking about what a terrific movie. you play a character who's a difficult kid. is that fair to say? >> difficult -- yeah. difficult.
kid that -- the mohawk kid in some respects. he was is kid that i was always afraid of in high school. >> jimmy: right, right. i felt watching it, yeah, i'd be afraid of this kid too. he's like, he's tough and kind of mean and kind of an outcast, but also kind of popular with girls. >> for sure, yes. >> jimmy: and also something terrible is going on in his life. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you have to show a wide range of emotion. were you comfortable doing that? >> actually -- >> jimmy: did you have a nervous breakdown? >> yeah, yeah, so i kind of have a nervous breakdown movie. the night before i got really stressed out because i had to have a nervous breakdown on camera. and so i called a friend of mine and i was like, look, i need your help. a really great actress. look, i need your help. she was like, why don't you just not talk to anyone for a day? literally wake up in silence, go through your day in silence. by the time you get to film your scene, something will be -- something will need to come out. so you'll need to communicate something. so a few days earlier i'd asked
to prom. to prom. it was on this day she decide shd she couldn't go. she approached me, i'm so sorry, my friends and i thought it would be weird if a 23-year-old went to prom with an 18-year-old. and i was just like -- dead silent. and the result was like -- she was like, did i do something wrong? did i hurt you? and i just said nothing. but by the time it came for me to fil awful about what i had done to this girl. that i just burst into tears. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. >> so i'm really not a great actor at all. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you came in prepared. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, and did you get a date for the prom after all? >> i did. >> jimmy: you did? >> i took my best friend, yeah. >> jimmy: nobody cried? all right, so it was a success? >> yeah, it was a success. >> jimmy: well, the movie's terrific, "manchester by the sea."
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series brought to you by amazon unlimited. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank tom hiddleston, lucas hedges and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, the album is called "gunslinger, "gunslinger," here with the song "callin' baton rouge" garth brooks! ? ? ? ? ? i spent last night
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